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Discussion in 'Camburg Engineering' started by ntm, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. ntm

    ntm Full Access Member

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    Looks are subjective, it's an a arm !
    As far as performance, realistically I'd say that RPG is ahead at this point as they've done a lot more testing on the dual front setup.
    I don't see the point at all of an aftermarket a arm without the secondary bypass mount. It's doing nothing differently than the stock arm. Limit straps are fluff, the bump stops might be nice, but the existing coilovers from all brands have bump stops built in, that the rebound damping is tuned for.

    That said, I like the looks of the secondary top mount on the camburg setup, and ordering through RPG can be pretty painful...so I'm waiting to see some testing feedback for the dual camburg lca's setup before I spend my money.
     
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    I have just taken over the sales here at RPG. Send me a PM and let me know if there is anything I can do to make the ordering process less painful. Even if you don't place an order I would like to resolve any issues we currently have or may have had.

    Thank you,

    Brian
     
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    If one knows what they're looking at "looks" tells you a lot about the product. We don't build a more complicated arm that takes more time and cost to make ... to "look" good. We do it to bring you the best product we can for the price it falls into. If we built our lower arm like some other companies, it would be cheaper and not the same level that we currently offer.

    Many will not run a 2nd shock, nor do they really need to for how they're using their truck ... but they want the ability to replace the stock lower arm with something stronger and higher quality that gives them more options then or down the road. A 2nd shock, a limit strap or a bumpstop are not the only benefits an aftermarket arm brings to the table.

    - Sales @ Camburg
     
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    Camburg if you need a loud mouth that will put you arms to the test let me know. I will be more then glad to produce video and photos.
     
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    Where do you want me to send them? lol
     
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    Can "All The Above", 2nd shock, a limit strap, and bumpstop be used with this LCA? I am under the impression it can, but I've been unable to get a picture of this...
     
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    ive got the camburg lca on my truck. its the one without the option of a second shock but i baught it before they came out with the duel set up and im nothing but satisfied with it. it has a pad for a bump stop and the option to put a limit strap on it. ive never heard of camburg doing a bad job with something they sell.
     
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    For customers that have our single shock lower arm, down the road you can convert the arm pretty easily to the dual shock version. Just need to cut off the sway-bar mount and weld on the shock mount assembly. You can do it yourself, have a local shop do it or even send the arms to us to have done. We can even have them blasted and re-powdercoated ... you wouldn't know the difference.

    We give options ... because not one way works for everyone.

    - Sales @ Camburg

    ---------- Post added at 10:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:11 PM ----------

    To sum it up here are the options for both arms how they come from us ...

    Single Shock Lower
    - Coilover
    - Limit strap
    - Sway-bar or air bump

    Dual Shock Lower
    - Coilover
    - Bypass
    - Air bump

    Photo's to come soon ....

    - Sales @ Camburg
     
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    I did not mean to insult your work.
    I realize you have more features on your lca's, and a technically stronger design.
    I appreciate your time and effort in the raptor aftermarket.
    I'd say Loki already shows a pretty firm bias with such fanboyish statements, not sure a review by him will mean anything.
    While you are at it, send a set over here along with the new bypasses and I'll do an unbiased review vs. a standard 3.0 suspension with all the trimmings, lol !
     

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